(Audio available after show airs.) For a long time, Asian votes were considered swing votes. But that’s been changing, especially within the South Asian community and in particular, in the Indian American community. And in the upcoming presidential election the Indian American vote could prove key in some swing states. We take a look at how the Indian vote is taking shape in Illinois and beyond with Reema Kapur, the executive director of SAAPRI, the South Asian American Policy & Research Institute, as well as political consultant Harish Patel.